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High Plains Community Center
525 Orange Center Rd, Orange, CT 06477
The High Plains Community Center, which is run through the Department of Parks and Recreation, boasts fairgrounds asMore well as an array of facilities for community members. The facilities include a swimming pool, tennis courts, a fitness center, basketball courts, a softball field, soccer fields and a track. Picnic areas and outdoor trails are available for community use, and an outdoor ice skating rink is available when weather conditions permit. Sports facilities should be reserved ahead of time.
Fun Sportz America
449 Sportsman Rd, Orange, CT 06477
Fun Sportz America is a company comprised of teachers and coaches that offers sports camps and programs for kids. TheMore sessions are fun rather than competitive and designed to provide instruction in a variety of sports and increase players' confidence and self-esteem. Camps and programs feature baseball, floor hockey, soccer, basketball and football, offering sport-specific instruction, drills, activities and games. The company operates camps in Orange through the Parks and Recreation Department, and also offers camps in North Haven, Milford and West Haven. It also hosts kids' birthday parties and events. 
Camp Cedarcrest
886 Mapledale Rd, Orange, CT 06477
Camp Cedarcrest is a group campground in the town of Orange founded in 1924.  The 43-acre non-staffed grounds canMore be rented by non-profit organizations, families holding a reunion, colleges, churches, cub scouts and other groups of 10 or more people.  The camp's facilities include cabins, dining hall with a full kitchen, hiking trails, fishing in the Wepawaug river running through the grounds, baseball and softball fields, amphitheater, fire pits and basketball courts. By special appointment, team-building sessions can be arranged through Camp Cedarcrest in conjunction with an outside organization involving climbing wall activities and a challenge course. The camp does not host RVs, trucks or trailers or individual campers wanting to pitch a tent for the night. Nor does Camp Cedarcrest itself host summer camps, although an outside organization is more than welcome to use the camp to this end.
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